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So, back in September I had the amazing honour of shooting my first Central London wedding, in Soho of all bloody places! Argh! *queue major excitement* Now I was particularly excited about this wedding, because it was for a family I have had the pleasure of working with on many an occasion over the past 2 years. 

Jennifer contacted me just after I shot her brothers wedding a couple of years ago now, telling me all about her London wedding. As time went on, she kept updating me with more and more plans for the big day. But I could never have imagined that it was going to be this amazing. Jennifer & Jack's day was fun, relaxed, but full of so many amazing things for their family and friends! They didn't just create a fun day for their guests, they created an experience like no other, and an amazing memory!  

It might of been rainy and grey (classic British day), but this didn't stop any of the fun. Their beautiful ceremony was held at All Hollows Church next to Tower Bridge, where they had then hired a quintessential British Red Double Decker bus to transport their guests around London, making sure to pass all the landmarks, to their Reception venue, The Hamyard Hotel in Soho. 

The Hamyard Hotel for anybody who knows it, knows that it is a hotel like no other, it might look small, but it's got some amazing hidden secrets. For one, a cinema downstairs, but even better than this, a BOWLING ALLEY! Yes, a freaking bowling alley! Leaving their guests to bowl, drink, eat, explore and generally have fun, you couldn't of asked for a better day, weather be damned! 

Jennifer & Jack in my opinion created the most amazing day, perfect not only for themselves which is what I always tell me clients, but perfect for their guests as well. Which is quite an acomplishment. It was an absolute honour to be apart of their day, and to capture such a fab wedding!  

Thank you to my Second Shooter: Paul Williams.

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